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An East Indiaman was a ship operating under charter or licence to the Honourable East India Company. The company itself did not generally own merchant ships, but held a monopoly granted to it by Queen Elizabeth I of England for all English trade. The Wolf Sea (The Oathsworn Series, Book 2) by Low Robert() The Book of Dreams (Saxon Series) by Severin Tim() Crowbone (The Oathsworn Series, Book 5) by Low Robert() Call Me by Your Name by André Aciman() Sad Girls by Lang Leav() American King (New Camelot #3) by Sierra Simone() All the Missing Girls by Megan. Eight months into its maiden voyage to the Indies, the Dutch East India Company’s Batavia sank on June 4, on Morning Reef in the Houtman Abrolhos off the western coast of Australia. Wendy van Duivenvoorde’s five-year study was aimed at reconstructing the hull of Batavia, the only excavated remains of an early seventeenth-century Indiaman to have been raised and conserved Author: Wendy Van Duivenvoorde. The Limits of the Universal Knowledge Project: British India and the East Indiamen Mary Poovey Mary Poovey is the Samuel Rudin University Professor of the Humanities and founding director of the Institute for the History of the Production of Knowledge at New York by:
East Indiaman was a general name for any sailing ship operating under charter or licence to any of the East India Companies of the major European trading powers of the 17th through the 19th centuries. The term is used to refer to vessels belonging to the Danish, Dutch (Oostindiëvaarder), English, French, Portuguese.
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East Indiaman is a departure in naval fiction set in the era of the Napoleonic Wars. Instead of the British Royal Navy, the action is told from the point of view of officers, men and ships of the Bombay Marine, the private navy of the Honorable East India Company.
Meacham wrote two more novels about this navy and fictional captain Percival /5(). The East Indiaman (Percival Merewether Book 1) - Kindle edition by Meacham, Ellis K. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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This volume in The Seafarers series presents a historical survey o /5. East Indiaman, large sailing vessel of the type built from the 16th to the 19th century for the trade between Europe and southern Asia. The first were Portuguese and Dutch; English Indiamen appeared late in the 16th century and eventually came to dominate the trade.
The ships varied in size from. «The Old East Indiamen» by E. Keble Chatterton English | ISBN: | EPUB | MB In this volume I have to invite the reader to consider a special epoch of the world’s progress, in which the sailing ship not only revolutionised British trade but laid the foundations of, and almost completed, that imposing structure which is to.
CHARTERED TO THE EAST INDIA COMPANY, the Macqueen remained in this service for about thirteen years. Nearly all the East Indiamen were chartered to the Company and their owners were known as the ships’ “husbands”. The Macqueen, a vessel of 1, tons, was built at Rochester, Kent, in Her owner was John Campbell, of London.
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Amazon Price New from Used from /5(). Full text of "East Indiamen: the East India Company's maritime service" See other formats. Get this from a library. The East Indiamen. [Russell Miller; Time-Life Books.] -- Presents a historical survey of the East India Company from to Arniston was an East Indiaman that made eight voyages for the British East India Company (EIC).
She was wrecked on 30 May during a storm at Waenhuiskrans, near Cape Agulhas, South Africa, with the loss of lives – only six on board survived. She had been chartered as a troopship and was underway from Ceylon to England on a journey to repatriate wounded soldiers from the Kandyan : Wrecked, 30 May at Waenhuiskrans, South.
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This review is from: The East Indiaman (Percival Merewether Book 1) (Kindle Edition) East Indiaman is a departure in naval fiction set in the era of the Napoleonic Wars. Instead of the British Royal Navy, the action is told from the point of view of officers, men and ships of the Bombay Marine, the private navy of the Honorable East India Company/5.
Here Walter Wood contributes an account of life in the East Indiamen, and includes information from a rare book which was published in and tells of a typical voyage in one of these ships.
The ship was at sea for thirteen months and two weeks, and in that time she sailed from London to China via St Helena and Batavia and back again. East Indiaman was a general name for any ship operating under charter or license to any of the East India Companies of the major European trading powers of the 17th through the 19th centuries.
Thus, one can speak of a Danish, Dutch, English, French, Portuguese, or Swedish East Indiaman. In Britain, the Honourable East India Company itself did not generally own merchant ships, but held a. THE OLD EAST INDIAMEN CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION. In this volume I have to invite the reader to consider a special epoch of the world’s progress, in which the sailing ship not only revolutionised British trade but laid the foundations of, and almost completed, that imposing structure which is to-day represented by the Indian Empire.
It is a period brimful of romance, of adventures, travel and. The East Indiamen by Time-Life Books Editors; Russell Miller A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear.
Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. The author examines the old East India ships and recalls the history of the Honourable Company.
Spanning more than two and a half centuries, the East Indiamen were run on the same lines as men-o -war, with the same harsh discipline and commanding the same respect. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Barlow's journal of his life at sea in king's ships: East & West Indiamen & other merchantmen from to Edward Barlow Hurst & Blackett, ltd., - Merchant marine - pages. He writes very fluidly and, in this book, gives the reader a vibrant account of life at sea in the merchant marine between and Inevitably, the book contains a great deal of material about life on board the East Indiamen, who plied back and forth between England and the Far East and, because it does, it is well worth reading.
The 'Prince of Wales' was a large vessel specially fitted-out for the conveyance of the East India Company's troops. She was built by Green's of Blackwall in to a design known as that of the 'Blackwall Frigates' - Indiamen which had the single-decked appearance of that type of warship.
'The East Indiaman General Goddard capturing Dutch East Indiamen, June '. This painting depicts an engagement that took place off St Helena on 11 Juneduring the war with France. Also shown are the East India Company packet 'Swallow', commanded by William Clifton, and the Royal Naval 3rd- rate ship ' Sceptre', captained by William.
A strange ship arrives filled with the British East Indiamen and captained by Commodore Jenks. The New British Imperial had been sailing through the rifts for centuries and has now been able to come out to give a helping hand to the Walker and Captain Matthew.
This is an article about a fictional representation of an historical character, location or other entity; please see the article about East Indiaman on Wikipedia. East Indiaman were vessels operated by the East India companies of several European nations from the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries.
At some point, three East Indiaman transited to the alternate Earth. One of the was. Indiamen synonyms, Indiamen pronunciation, Indiamen translation, English dictionary definition of Indiamen.
A large ship formerly used by European and North American merchants on trade routes to India, East or Southeast Asia, or the West Indies. n, pl -men a. The Paperback of the The Old East Indiamen by E.
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Read "The old East Indiamen" by E. Keble (Edward Keble) Chatterton available from Rakuten : E. Keble (Edward Keble) Chatterton. The East Indiaman Götheborg is a replica of the East Indiaman who, upon arrival from China insank outside the port of Gothenburg.
The ship is built as close to the original as possible, according to original methods and in original materials. Here you can read more about the ship and its hull. Book from Project Gutenberg: The Old East Indiamen. The Old East Indiamen Addeddate Call number gutenberg etext# Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev2.
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Noun . East Indiaman (plural East Indiamen) (obsolete or historical) Any ship operating under charter or licence to one of the East India Companies, which were each granted monopoly trading rights with the East Indies by one of several of the major trading powers of the 17th—19th centuries, A History of Shipwrecks, and Disasters at Sea, from.
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Brand New. Quantity. 1 available. Author. Chatterton, E Keble. Publication Year. Format. Hard cover. Pages. This book, based on extensive original research, examines the role of lascars employed aboard country ships, East Indiamen and other British sailing vessels.
The focus is on protest in its various forms, from mild unrest to violent acts of mutiny in which lascar crews murdered officers, seized ships and then sought refuge with local rulers.